Solved Windows 7 and RAID 0 Tags: NAS / RAID Format Windows 7 Last response: July 29, 2009 11:21 PM in Windows 7 Share sheira July 29, 2009 9:58:36 PM I will replace my mobo soon, so i thought i'll need to reinstall/format HDD. I never set up RAID array before, but this time i'd like to get it running. How should i proceed? Do i need drivers before i go format? Where do i find the RAID menu? The mobo is Gigabyte X58 UD5. More about : windows raid Best solution Kraynor July 29, 2009 11:21:37 PM OK, there's a BIOS setting on your mobo to set your HDDs as a RAID. Once that's enabled, you'll see a new screen at startup where you hit Alt+I, I think, to configure your RAID. As far as I remember, Windows 7 didn't have any problems detecting my 2-hdd RAID 0 when I installed it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow to reset RAID 0 after clean reinstall of Windows 7 ?? ForumHow to fix RAID 0 after clean install of Windows 7 ?? ForumInstalling raid 0 windows 7 ForumHow to install Windows 7 on RAID0 with SSDs ForumHelp with Windows 7 install to RAID 0 ForumRaid 0 Setup not recognized by Windows 7 Installer, drivers won't load ForumWindows 7 , SSD, and RAID0 ForumSabertooth 990FX RAID 0 , Installing windows 7 ForumGA-870A-UD3 + Raid 0 SSD in Windows 7 ForumRAID 0 unsigned 64 windows 7 error ForumRAID0 Driver AFTER Windows 7 Installation using USB ForumCopy windows 7 raid 0 filesystem to new windows 7 install ForumRaid 0 in Windows 7 without AHCI set in registry ForumRaid 0 array droped: Windows 7 installation ForumRaid0 Can't boot on Windows 7 ForumHDD Raid-0 Windows 7 C:\ windows \winsxs\manifests corrupt ForumWindows 7 will not install on SATA 6 RAID 0 ForumWindow 7 ultimate hp product key ForumWindows media player gets a blue screen ForumWindows 7 no sound????? More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !